Thursday, February 13, 2014

Missy Mila Twisted Tales Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Product Description
Mila is an 8 year old girl, bursting with energy. A bit of a tomboy, she is very proud of her jumping pig-tails.
Mila loves to tell stories in her own voice, always adding a lot of humour and imagination.
She especially likes to retell classic tales. She adds zany details and twists that make her version unique
and unforgettable! Come and relive some old tales with Mila!

Missy Mila Volume 1 includes the episodes: The Hidden Princess, The Toupouloupou, Baba Yaga the Witch, Djoha’s Last Lie, Piboule and the Bear, Strabiwolf the Telltale, the Donkey and the King, The Houses of the Pig Brothers, Elvis, Captain Bloody-Nose the Pirate, The Leprechaun’s Treasure, Aurel the Mocker, Pancho Pimento’s Riddle.

My Thoughts
When given the opportunity to review Missy Mila Twisted Tales Volume 1,I was excited!
She is a fun cartoon character to watch she interacts with the kids as the story plays along, there were a few of the stories that I didn't appreciate but over all it was pretty good!
The run time is 101 min. thats alot of cartoon time! I'm thinking my grandchildren would like to watch it.
My 10 Year Olds Thoughts
One of her favorites is The Houses of the Pig Brothers, which was about three pigs building their houses in a bulls field while he was on vacation. When the bull came back he knocked down the straw and stick houses, but could not knock down the brick house. At the end they threw a big party!
Mila was fun to listen too and she told good stories!
Do you want to win a copy of Missy Mila Twisted Tales for your children?
Then leave me a comment and we will be putting the names in a basket and picking one on Feb. 20th!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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